Measures to protect the most vulnerable people in England from coronaviruses are set to ease from the end of July. There are currently more than 2 million people who have been advised not to leave in a state of blockade due to their health condition. Until recently they could not see family and friends living elsewhere. The latest official data is that there have been 15 coronavirus-related deaths in the last 24 hours, but the figure is always significantly lower over the weekend. The Prime Minister also announced that the rule of social distance of 2 meters in England will be reduced to 1 meter in order to boost economic activity. It will be accompanied by additional safety guidelines and is primarily aimed at assisting the hospitality industry. Ministers have said they will tighten policy again if there are signs of another peak in the pandemic. The changes would bring England into line with Europe as a whole, but the rule is still being revised in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Huw Edwards has reported on BBC News at Ten Health Editor and political editor Laura Kuenssberg. Subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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